ABOUT ME

Passionate about living from the heart, my work focuses on communications for the conscious evolution of humanity. I am currently acquiring my masters in journalism with a focus on social change. When available, I also  continue to do private sessions guiding clients on their individual paths.

 

Of African and Indian descent I grew up in a British working class neighborhood. Always fascinated with the human condition and potential, I went on to get my BA Honors in Psychology and Criminology. This led me into the crime reduction field; working with individuals one-on-one, developing new community initiatives, and producing and presenting a special report on domestic violence which aired on local television.

 

Looking for a change of environment, in 2004 I moved to America, spending time in Philadelphia, New York and Miami, before residing in Los Angeles for 10 years. During my time in LA I worked various jobs in the entertainment industry and acquired certificates in both public relations and media producing.

 

Curious and contemplative by nature, over the years I indulged in meditation, courses, retreats and ceremonies, eventually allowing my identity to reside in my true self. Along the way I have been inspired by the work of Ken Wilber, Hal and Sidra Stone, Carl Jung, Krishnamurti and Joseph Campbell to name but a few.

 

I hold an integrative perspective based in love, and claim no system or organization. I believe we are all unique expressions of the one creator and a reawakening of truth is happening. As I step more and more into my true power, I am learning the mystery and miracle of living from the heart.
 
In 2016 I moved to Miami for my graduate studies, which I am scheduled to complete by summer 2018.

 

With love, Anjula.

 

  • “Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi
  • “The light is in you. Darkness can cover it, but cannot put it out.” – A Course In Miracles.
  • “An integral approach acknowledges that all views have a degree of truth, but some views are more true than others, more evolved, more developed, more adequate” – Ken Wilber.
  • “Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well.” – Vincent Van Gogh